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Note: All Duke students will be required to present proof of Flu and Covid vaccination to Student Health before the beginning of the Spring 2022 semester. This policy covers all undergraduate, graduate and professional students—in all degree programs, as well as non-degree students and auditors—who intend to be on the Duke campus for any period of time starting in the 2021-2022 academic year. Documented medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated. Instructions will be provided after admission and enrollment confirmation.

Duke employees and area residents who wish to take courses in the arts and sciences for credit on a nondegree basis, or as an auditor, do so through Duke’s Office of Continuing Studies.  The director of Academic Services for Continuing Studies students is Kim Price; she may be contacted at kprice@duke.edu or (919) 684-5375.  

Students studying in Perkins Library

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Students gathered in Perkins Library

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Students working in a lab

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Student focused on scientific work

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